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AMAWALK

Somers including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock. It has been one of the fastest growing communities in Westchester County [Read More...]


ARDSLEY

Town of Greenburgh including Ardsley, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Elmsford, and Hartsdale Ardsley, Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford and Hartsdale are some of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and are all part of the town of Greenburgh. They are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area. Ardsley, while n [Read More...]


ARMONK

Town of North Castle including Armonk, Banksville, and North White Plains A ruggedly beautiful Westchester hamlet, Armonk has preserved the charm of the past and offers a sophisticated country setting just 35 miles from Manhattan. It occupies 16.3 square miles and makes up more than two-thirds of North Castle, a sprawling 26-square mile town that also includes the hamlets of Banksville and North White Plains. Armonk has many amenities that make it an attractive and compelling place to call home, [Read More...]


BALDWIN PLACE

Town of Somers including, Baldwin Place, Amawalk, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Baldwin Place, Amawalk, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock. It has been one of the fastest growing communities in Westchest [Read More...]


BANKSVILLE

Town of North Castle including Armonk, Banksville, and North White Plains A ruggedly beautiful Westchester hamlet, Armonk has preserved the charm of the past and offers a sophisticated country setting just 35 miles from Manhattan. It occupies 16.3 square miles and makes up more than two-thirds of North Castle, a sprawling 26-square mile town that also includes the hamlets of Banksville and North White Plains. Armonk has many amenities that make it an attractive and compelling place to call home, [Read More...]


BEDFORD

Bedford, Katonah, and Bedford Hills The Town of Bedford is one of the most sought-after residential areas in Northern Westchester County. The 39-square mile town is comprised of three hamlets: Bedford Village, Bedford Hills, and Katonah. Each of the hamlets is rich in history and has its own distinct character. Bedford Village has a traditional New England village green, with traces of its history evident in some of the buildings including an old schoolhouse and the 1787 Court House which have> [Read More...]


BEDFORD HILLS

Bedford, Katonah, and Bedford Hills The Town of Bedford is one of the most sought-after residential areas in Northern Westchester County. The 39-square mile town is comprised of three hamlets: Bedford Village, Bedford Hills, and Katonah. Each of the hamlets is rich in history and has its own distinct character. Bedford Village has a traditional New England village green, with traces of its history evident in some of the buildings including an old schoolhouse and the 1787 Court House which have> [Read More...]


BREWSTER

Brewster and Southeast The Town of Southeast and village of Brewster are conveniently located in the southern-most portion of Putnam County, bordering Connecticut on the east, and at the junction of several major highways and routes: I-684, I-84, Routes 22, 312, 6 and 202. It is a superb location for commuters going south into New York via 2 Metro North stations serving the town, or east into Connecticut. Brewster Village, the name best recognized as representing Southeast, occupies one square m [Read More...]


BRIARCLIFF MANOR

Briarcliff Manor, Ossining and Scarborough Ossining encompasses the town and village of Ossining and the village of Briarcliff Manor. Two-thirds of the population resides in the village of Ossining, though it covers only one-quarter of the 12 square mile footprint of land. The more upscale residential environment of Briarcliff Manor offers primarily single-family homes, along with almost 180 acres of parkland. Rich history, scenic river views and cozy, old-fashioned surroundings provide an unsu> [Read More...]


BRONXVILLE

Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe  The village of Bronxville was incorporated in 1898, and the Village of Tuckahoe in 1903, both part of the town of Eastchester.  Eastchester is considered to be the birthplace of the "Bill of Rights". In the late 1800's, Tuckahoe was considered the Marble Capital of the World, with its quarry supplying stone for the likes of the NY Public Library and St. Patrick's Cathedral. Money magazine recently ranked Eastchester high on their list of Top 100 towns in A [Read More...]


BUCHANAN

Buchanan, Montrose, Crugers, Verplanck, Croton-on-Hudson and Cortlandt Croton is a village in the 35-square mile town of Cortlandt, as is the much smaller village of Buchanan and several smaller hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck.  A mostly residential or rural town, Cortlandt was awarded the NY State Environmental Excellence Award in 2006 for its preservation efforts.
People say they enjoy Croton-on-Hudson for the small town atmosphere, its beauty and interesting history. The [Read More...]


CARMEL

Carmel, Mahopac, and Mahopac Falls  The Town of Carmel, which includes the county's largest hamlet, Mahopac, as well as Mahopac Falls, is located in south-central Putnam County and covers 36 square miles.  The town is dotted with many beautiful lakes and reservoirs that contribute to one of the County's biggest assets, its magnificent scenery. Many of the communities within the town enjoy deeded lake rights. The largest lake in Carmel, Lake Mahopac, measures 6.5 miles in circumference and [Read More...]


CHAPPAQUA

New Castle, Chappaqua, and Millwood

The town of New Castle is comprised of 2 hamlets, Millwood and Chappaqua.  Being situated just nine miles north of the City of White Plains allows for a speedy 50-minute commute on Metro North to Manhattan's Grand Central Station.

Chappaqua is a tiny hamlet of just 3500 households, but is the better known of the two – these days, primarily as the NY address of former U.S. president Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  The hamlet has a [Read More...]


CORTLANDT

Cortlandt, Croton-on-Hudson, Buchanan, Montrose, Crugers, and Verplanck The 35-square mile town of Cortlandt includes the village of Croton and the much smaller village of Buchanan and several smaller hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck.  A mostly residential or rural town, Cortlandt was awarded the NY State Environmental Excellence Award in 2006 for its preservation efforts. People say they enjoy Croton-on-Hudson for the small town atmosphere, its beauty and interesting histo [Read More...]


CRESTWOOD

Crestwood and Yonkers One of Yonkers most widely known neighborhoods is Crestwood, with its own Metro North station, library and business district.  Additionally, there are over two dozen neighborhoods that residents refer to by name, including Park Hill with its huge old Victorian homes, the estate area of Lawrence Park West, and Cedar Knolls Colony, which is designated as an historic landmark neighborhood. The city of Yonkers extends 4 miles along the Hudson River, stretches 4 miles eastwa [Read More...]


CROMPOND

Yorktown, Yorktown Heights, Crompond, Jefferson Valley, Shrub Oak, and Mohegan Lake The Town of Yorktown is located in Northern Westchester County, 35 miles north of New York City and 20 miles north of White Plains, making it the perfect “commuter's community”.  With sidewalks, street lights, plentiful shopping including the Jefferson Valley Mall with its 90 or so stores and 8-screen multiplex, and more municipal services than many of its northern neighbors, Yorktown smoothly combines su [Read More...]


CROSS RIVER

Lewisboro, Cross River, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Waccabuc, and Vista The town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: Cross River, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Waccabuc and Vista.  Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby Katonah, Mt. Kisco [Read More...]


CROTON FALLS

Croton Falls, North Salem, Purdys, and Salem Center The Town of North Salem includes the hamlets of Purdys, North Salem, Croton Falls, and Salem Center.  North Salem is home to prominent farms and estates, handsomely restored historic residences, breathtaking contemporary homes designed to capture the beauty of their surroundings, and modest homes of all types. Horses are, by far, the Town's foremost attraction and provide a livelihood for many of the residents. There are many renowned stables [Read More...]


CROTON-ON-HUDSON

Croton-on-Hudson, Cortlandt, Buchanan, Montrose, Crugers, and Verplanck People say they enjoy Croton-on-Hudson for the small town atmosphere, its beauty and interesting history. The majestic Hudson River borders the village to the west, and Teatown Lake Reservation frames the east. Mountain roads and lake drives around Croton Reservoir, across Croton Dam, and along the Croton River complete the serene setting and offer panoramic views of water and highlands. Croton's train ride along the Hudson [Read More...]


CRUGERS

Crugers, Croton-on-Hudson, Cortlandt, Buchanan, Montrose, and Verplanck Croton is a village in the 35-square mile town of Cortlandt, as is the much smaller village of Buchanan and several smaller hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck.  A mostly residential or rural town, Cortlandt was awarded the NY State Environmental Excellence Award in 2006 for its preservation efforts. People say they enjoy Croton-on-Hudson for the small town atmosphere, its beauty and interesting history. Th [Read More...]


DOBBS FERRY

Dobbs Ferry & Greenburgh Dobbs Ferry is one of a handful of villages that comprise the southern river towns area of Westchester and is also one of the many villages that make up the town of Greenburgh.  Greenburgh's villages are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, as Dobbs Ferry is, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area.

Dobbs Ferry was named for Jan Dobbs, who used to ferry people acros [Read More...]


EASTCHESTER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh_CqYpxmVk#action=share Eastchester, Bronxville, and Tuckahoe  The town of Eastchester is a wonderful community - close to the nation's biggest city yet with the small town feel that is important to so many.  Eastchester is bounded by Scarsdale on the north, New Rochelle on the east, Mount Vernon on the south and Yonkers on the west.  The town covers approximately five square miles and includes the villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe and the unincorporated are [Read More...]


EDGEMONT

EdgemontA section of the town of Greenburgh, Edgemont shares a Scarsdale post office address, except for a small section that has a Hartsdale address. Most of Edgemont's 8,000-plus population enjoys the rolling landscape and large Tudor and Colonial homes of the community, and there is also an abundance of co-ops and condominiums on Central Park Avenue.  Neighborhoods are defined by the boundaries of the Edgemont elementary schools-- Seely Place and Greenville.Occupying 2.76 square miles betwee [Read More...]


ELMSFORD

Elmsford, Town of Greenburgh Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford and Hartsdale are some of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and are all part of the town of Greenburgh.  They are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area. The one square mile of Elmsford, once a rural hamlet, is now a hub of activity.  It boasts [Read More...]


FLEETWOOD

Fleetwood and Mount VernonThe City of Mount Vernon is located in the southern portion of Westchester County only 15 miles from mid-town Manhattan. It offers a wide variety of housing options for its very cosmopolitan population of almost 70,000 residents and 98 different nationalities. Single-family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, co-operatives, and even many rentals are main attractions for the commuter's dream that is Mount Vernon.Serviced by three Metro North train stations in only 4 [Read More...]


GOLDENS BRIDGE

Lewisboro, Goldens Bridge, South Salem, Cross River, Waccabuc, and Vista The town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: Goldens Bridge, South Salem, Cross River, Waccabuc and Vista.  Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby Katonah, Mt. Kisco [Read More...]


GRANITE SPRINGS

Granite Springs, Town of Somers The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock. It has been the fastest growing community in Westchester County for over a decade with the additions of corporate offices for IBM and P [Read More...]


GREENBURGH

Greenburgh, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Ardsley, Elmsford, and Hartsdale Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford and Hartsdale are some of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and are all part of the town of Greenburgh.  They are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area. All of the villages within t [Read More...]


HARRISON

Harrison and Purchase Harrison, located about 23 miles from New York City, is also the location of Purchase, one of the finest residential sections in the county. Purchase, the historic estate area of Harrison, extends into the manicured corporate parks known as "The Platinum Mile." In addition to Metro-North, the Bee-Line bus system operates daily. Shuttle bus service is available to all the major area airports and is available at the Rye Town Hilton.  The New England Thruway, Hutchinson Rive> [Read More...]


HARTSDALE

Hartsdale & Greenburgh Hartsdale is one of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and part of the town of Greenburgh.  Along with the handful of other villages in Greenburgh, all are rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area.

Hartsdale is a hamlet of just over 3 square miles, with a population of almost 10,000.  It is the home of two well-kn [Read More...]


HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON

Hastings-on-Hudson & Greenburgh Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford and Hartsdale are some of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and are all part of the town of Greenburgh.  They are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area.

Hastings-on-Hudson, situated 19 miles from New York City, was incorporated in 1879. [Read More...]


HAWTHORNE

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Hawthorne, Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Pleasantville, Pocantico Hills, and ThornwoodThe charming Town of Mount. Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County.  The area incl [Read More...]


IRVINGTON

Town of Greenburgh including Irvington,, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Elmsford, and Hartsdale Irvington, Hastings on Hudson, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford and Hartsdale are some of the many villages comprising the lower Hudson Valley, and are all part of the town of Greenburgh.  They are all rich in colonial heritage and some are situated along the Hudson River, providing unsurpassed vistas. Historically interesting sites and buildings are spread throughout the area. All of the v [Read More...]


JEFFERSON VALLEY

Jefferson Valley, Yorktown, Yorktown Heights, Crompond, Shrub Oak, and Mohegan Lake
The Town of Yorktown is located in Northern Westchester County, 35 miles north of New York City and 20 miles north of White Plains, making it the perfect “commuter's community”.  With sidewalks, street lights, plentiful shopping including the Jefferson Valley Mall with its 90 or so stores and 8-screen multiplex, and more municipal services than many of its northern neighbors, Yorktown smoothly combines subu> [Read More...]


LAKE PURDYS

Town of Somers, inclusive of Lake Purdys, Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, and Shenorock The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock.It has been the fastest growing community in Westchester Coun [Read More...]


LARCHMONT

Larchmont and MamaroneckThe town of Mamaroneck is comprised of three communities: the village of Larchmont, and the town and village of Mamaroneck. All are set on the picturesque shores of Long Island Sound and, not surprisingly, attract outdoor and water enthusiasts as both residents and visitors.  History tells us that John Richbell purchased this area of “3 necks of land”, which the Indians translated into Mamaroneck. Six-acre Manor Park in Larchmont is the quintessential waterfront res [Read More...]


LEWISBORO

Lewisboro, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc, and VistaThe town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc and Vista. Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby Katonah, Mt. Kisco o [Read More...]


LINCOLNDALE

Town of Somers, inclusive of Lincolndale, Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock.It has been one of the fastest growing communities in Westche [Read More...]


MAHOPAC & MAHOPAC FALLS

Mahopac and Mahopac Falls  The Town of Carmel, which includes the county's largest hamlet, Mahopac, as well as Mahopac Falls, is located in south-central Putnam County and covers 36 square miles.  The town is dotted with many beautiful lakes and reservoirs that contribute to one of the County's biggest assets, its magnificent scenery.Many of the communities within the town enjoy deeded lake rights. The largest lake in Carmel, Lake Mahopac, measures 6.5 miles in circumference and offers residen [Read More...]


MAMARONECK

Mamaroneck and LarchmontHistory tells us that John Richbell purchased this area of “3 necks of land”, which the Indians translated into Mamaroneck.  The town of Mamaroneck is comprised of three communities: the village of Larchmont, and the town and village of Mamaroneck. All are set on the picturesque shores of Long Island Sound and, not surprisingly, attract outdoor and water enthusiasts as both residents and visitors.Six-acre Manor Park in Larchmont is the quintessential waterfront respi [Read More...]


MILLWOOD

Millwood, New Castle, and Chappaqua

The town of New Castle is comprised of 2 hamlets, Millwood and Chappaqua, with Chappaqua the more well-known.  Being situated just nine miles north of the City of White Plains allows for a speedy 50-minute commute on Metro North to Manhattan's Grand Central Station.

Chappaqua is a tiny hamlet of just 3500 households, but is the better known of the two – these days, primarily as the NY address of former U.S. president Bill Clinton and current Secretary of Stat [Read More...]


MOHEGAN LAKE

Mohegan Lake, Yorktown, Yorktown Heights, Crompond, Jefferson Valley, and Shrub OakThe Town of Yorktown is located in Northern Westchester County, 35 miles north of New York City and 20 miles north of White Plains, making it the perfect “commuter's community”.  With sidewalks, street lights, plentiful shopping including the Jefferson Valley Mall with its 90 or so stores and 8-screen multiplex, and more municipal services than many of its northern neighbors, Yorktown smoothly combines subu> [Read More...]


MONTROSE

Montrose, Croton-on-Hudson, Cortlandt, Buchanan, Crugers, and VerplanckCroton is a village in the 35-square mile town of Cortlandt, as is the much smaller village of Buchanan and several smaller hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck.  A mostly residential or rural town, Cortlandt was awarded the NY State Environmental Excellence Award in 2006 for its preservation effortPeople say they enjoy Croton-on-Hudson for the small town atmosphere, its beauty and interesting history. The majes [Read More...]


MOUNT KISCO

Mount Kisco Mount. Kisco is a unique town, covering only 3.25 square miles. It is the most important commercial hub and shopping center in northeastern Westchester County, yet it still maintains a small town, residential feeling. The business center comprises locally owned small shops, major corporations, and newer big-box stores, along with numerous eateries from casual to posh. Surrounding the business center are several condominium and co-operative complexes, as well as homes from vintage Vic [Read More...]


MOUNT PLEASANT

Mount Pleasant, Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pleasantville, Pocantico Hills, and Thornwood The charming Town of Mount Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County. The area includes large expanses [Read More...]


MOUNT VERNON

Mount Vernon and Fleetwood The City of Mount Vernon is located in the southern portion of Westchester County only 15 miles from mid-town Manhattan. It offers a wide variety of housing options for its very cosmopolitan population of almost 70,000 residents and 98 different nationalities. Single-family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, co-operatives, and even many rentals are main attractions for the commuter's dream that is Mount Vernon. Serviced by three Metro North train stations in o [Read More...]


NEW CASTLE

New Castle, Chappaqua, and Millwood

The town of New Castle is comprised of 2 hamlets, Millwood and Chappaqua.  Being situated just nine miles north of the City of White Plains allows for a speedy 50-minute commute on Metro North to Manhattan's Grand Central Station.

Chappaqua is a tiny hamlet of just 3500 households, but is the better known of the two – these days, primarily as the NY address of former U.S. president Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  The hamlet has [Read More...]


NEW ROCHELLE

New RochelleNew Rochelle, Westchester County's “Queen City on the Sound”, has much to offer its 73,000 residents. Within its 10.4 miles, there are magnificent waterfront properties, stately suburban homes on wide tree-lined streets, luxury condominiums and new high-rise apartments.  And, best of all, New Rochelle is located only 16 miles from midtown Manhattan, a mere 36-minute train ride to Grand Central Terminal from the convenient 5-story transportation hub.Three of the Queen City's many [Read More...]


NORTH CASTLE

The Town of North Castle, including Armonk, Banksville, and North White PlainsA ruggedly beautiful Westchester hamlet, Armonk has preserved the charm of the past and offers a sophisticated country setting just 35 miles from Manhattan.  It occupies 16.3 square miles and makes up more than two-thirds of North Castle, a sprawling 26-square mile town that also includes the hamlets of Banksville and North White Plains. Armonk has many amenities that make it an attractive and compelling place to call [Read More...]


NORTH SALEM

North Salem, Purdys, Croton Falls, and Salem CenterThe Town of North Salem includes the hamlets of Purdys, North Salem, Croton Falls, and Salem Center.  North Salem is home to prominent farms and estates, handsomely restored historic residences, breathtaking contemporary homes designed to capture the beauty of their surroundings, and modest homes of all types.Horses are, by far, the Town's foremost attraction and provide a livelihood for many of the residents. There are many renowned stables lo [Read More...]


NORTH WHITE PLAINS

Town of North Castle, including North White Plains, Armonk, and BanksvilleA ruggedly beautiful Westchester hamlet, Armonk has preserved the charm of the past and offers a sophisticated country setting just 35 miles from Manhattan.  It occupies 16.3 square miles and makes up more than two-thirds of North Castle, a sprawling 26-square mile town that also includes the hamlets of Banksville and North White Plains. Armonk has many amenities that make it an attractive and compelling place to call hom [Read More...]


OSSINING

Ossining, Briarcliff Manor, and ScarboroughOssining encompasses the town and village of Ossining and the village of Briarcliff Manor.  Two-thirds of the population resides in the village of Ossining, though it covers only one-quarter of the 12 square mile footprint of land.  The original Indian inhabitants named the area “Sint Sinck”, meaning “stone upon stone” because of the extensive limestone beds.  The name eventually evolved to Sing Sing, adopted by the area's most well-known lan [Read More...]


PEEKSKILL

PeekskillPeekskill is located in the northwest corner of Westchester County bordering the Hudson River about 40 miles north of New York City. Peekskill is a lively, multi-cultural city in the midst of a revival.  Industrial development at Charles Point has strengthened the city's business base. With the creation of the Downtown Artist District, the live/work art lofts, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, and the restored Art Deco Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill has emerged a [Read More...]


PELHAM & PELHAM MANOR

Pelham and Pelham Manor

If you are looking for an easy commute to New York City, charming and unique homes, an interesting and diverse population, and a traditional sense of community, Pelham is your answer!The town of Pelham, which includes the Villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor, was founded in 1654 and is located on 1,568 acres or 2.45 square miles on Long Island Sound on the southernmost border of Westchester County. It is 28 minutes by Metro North trains to New York City, 20 minutes to LaGua [Read More...]


PLEASANTVILLE

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Pleasantville, Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pocantico Hills, and Thornwood The charming Town of Mount Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Pleasantville, Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County. The area includ [Read More...]


POCANTICO HILLS

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Pocantico Hills, Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pleasantville, and Thornwood The charming Town of Mount Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Pocantico Hills, Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, and Sleepy Hollow. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County. The area inclu [Read More...]


PORT CHESTER

Port Chester, Rye Town, Rye Neck and Rye BrookThe Town of Rye is located approximately 25 miles from New York City.  It includes the villages of Rye, Port Chester, and Rye Brook, and is surrrounded by Rye Neck and Harrison, as well as the Byram River and Long Island Sound, providing a picturesque panorama.  Several major highways make Rye easily accessible to Connecticut and all points north, as well as New York City, and "cross county."Port Chester started as a shipping village, becoming a fa [Read More...]


POUND RIDGE

Pound RidgePound Ridge is situated on the Connecticut border of Westchester County, approximately 45 miles northeast of New York City. Lushly wooded hills, rugged cliffs, meandering streams and old stone walls give way to architecture ranging from quaint colonials to magnificent contemporary homes.Hiking and scenic beauty are plentiful at the Mianus River Gorge Preserve's 88-acre expanse and at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, which occupies about one-fifth of the town's 23 square miles.  Anothe> [Read More...]


PURCHASE

Purchase and HarrisonHarrison, located about 23 miles from New York City, is also the location of Purchase, one of the finest residential sections in the county. Purchase, the historic estate area of Harrison, extends into the manicured corporate parks known as "The Platinum Mile." In addition to Metro-North, the Bee-Line bus system operates daily. Shuttle bus service is available to all the major area airports and is available at the Rye Town Hilton.  The New England Thruway, Hutchinson Rive> [Read More...]


PURDYS

Town of North Salem, including the hamlets of Purdys, North Salem, Croton Falls, and Salem CenterThe Town of North Salem includes the hamlets of Purdys, North Salem, Croton Falls, and Salem Center.  North Salem is home to prominent farms and estates, handsomely restored historic residences, breathtaking contemporary homes designed to capture the beauty of their surroundings, and modest homes of all types.Horses are, by far, the Town's foremost attraction and provide a livelihood for many of the [Read More...]


RYE TOWN, RYE NECK & RYE BROOK

Rye Town, Rye Neck, Rye Brook and Port ChesterThe Town of Rye is located approximately 25 miles from New York City.  It includes the villages of Rye, Port Chester, and Rye Brook, and is surrrounded by Rye Neck and Harrison, as well as the Byram River and Long Island Sound, providing a picturesque panorama.  Several major highways make Rye easily accessible to Connecticut and all points north, as well as New York City, and "cross county."The Village of Rye maintains the feel of a quaint New Eng [Read More...]


SCARBOROUGH

Ossining, Briarcliff Manor, and ScarboroughOssining encompasses the town and village of Ossining and the village of Briarcliff Manor.  A district within the village of Briarcliff Manor is Scarborough, which has been listed on the National Historic Register. The village has its own community pool, tennis courts, summer camp program, and an arrangement for residents to use permitted areas of the private Trump National Golf Club, located within its borders, off-season for activities such as ice sk [Read More...]


SCARSDALE

Scarsdale and EdgemontA quiet village of spacious Tudor and Colonial style houses mixed with post-war modern and contemporary homes, Scarsdale is a community of about 19,000. Made up almost entirely of single-family houses with a smattering of apartments, it occupies 6.4 square miles and is located 24 miles north of mid-town Manhattan. It is a 33-minute commute into the city on the Metro North train, and is easily accessible to the Hutchinson and Bronx River Parkways.  The more recently constru [Read More...]


SHENOROCK

Town of Somers, inclusive of Shenorock, Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, and Lake Purdys The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock.It has been the fastest growing community in Westchester Coun [Read More...]


SHRUB OAK

Shrub Oak, Yorktown, Yorktown Heights, Crompond, Jefferson Valley, and Mohegan LakeThe Town of Yorktown is located in Northern Westchester County, 35 miles north of New York City and 20 miles north of White Plains, making it the perfect “commuter's community”.  With sidewalks, street lights, plentiful shopping including the Jefferson Valley Mall with its 90 or so stores and 8-screen multiplex, and more municipal services than many of its northern neighbors, Yorktown smoothly combines subu> [Read More...]


SLEEPY HOLLOW

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pleasantville, Pocantico Hills, Thornwood and Valhalla The charming Town of Mount Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County. The area include [Read More...]


SOMERS

The Town of Somers is a semi-rural community that is best known as the home of the American Circus and the famed Elephant Hotel, which now houses the town's Historical Society and a Circus Museum. Somers is composed of many small hamlets including Amawalk, Baldwin Place, Granite Springs, Lincolndale, Lake Purdys, and Shenorock. It has been the fastest growing community in Westchester County for over a decade with the additions of corporate offices for IBM and PepsiCo, plus Heritage Hills, an ex [Read More...]


SOUTH SALEM

Lewisboro, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc, and VistaThe town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc and Vista. Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby Katonah, Mt. Kisco o [Read More...]


SOUTHEAST

Southeast and BrewsterThe Town of Southeast is conveniently located in the southern-most portion of Putnam County, bordering Connecticut on the east, and at the junction of several major highways and routes: I-684, I-84, Routes 22, 312, 6 and 202.  It is a superb location for commuters going south into New York via 2 Metro North stations serving the town, or east into Connecticut.The moment you reach the intersection of I-84 and I-684, you are astounded by the beautiful view of hillsides, mount [Read More...]


TARRYTOWN

Tarrytown Located on the east bank of the Hudson River, at the entrance to the Tappan Zee Bridge, about 25 miles north of New York City, the historic village of Tarrytown offers spectacular Hudson River views, attractive housing, and a variety of diverse businesses.  The area offers a high quality of life with convenient commuting to Manhattan, White Plains, and New Jersey.
 
Tarrytown is a lively major hub of activity in central Westchester County. It features small specialty stores, boutiques [Read More...]


THORNWOOD

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Thornwood, Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pleasantville, and Pocantico Hills The charming Town of Mount. Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County. The area inclu [Read More...]


TUCKAHOE

Tuckahoe and Eastchester The town of Eastchester covers approximately five square miles and includes the villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe and the unincorporated area known as the Town Outside.  Eastchester is a wonderful community - close to the nation's biggest city yet with the small town feel that is important to so many of us.  Eastchester is bounded by Scarsdale on the north, New Rochelle on the east, Mount Vernon on the south and Yonkers on the west.  Housing in Eastchester and Tuck [Read More...]


VALHALLA

Town of Mount Pleasant, including Valhalla, Sleepy Hollow, Hawthorne, Pleasantville, Pocantico Hills, and Thornwood
The charming Town of Mount. Pleasant includes the villages and hamlets of Valhalla, Hawthorne, Thornwood, Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow and Pocantico Hills. They combine a country feeling with cozy neighborhoods, a small-town environment with impressive sophistication and urban amenities. They are popular places to live and work within the heart of Westchester County.  The area incl [Read More...]


VERPLANCK

Verplanck, Croton-on-Hudson, Cortlandt, Buchanan, Montrose, and CrugersCroton is a village in the 35-square mile town of Cortlandt, as is the much smaller village of Buchanan and several smaller hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck.  Verplanck is situated right along the Hudson River affording access and views.  A mostly residential or rural town, Cortlandt was awarded the NY State Environmental Excellence Award in 2006 for its preservation efforts.People say they enjoy Croton-on- [Read More...]


VISTA

Town of Lewisboro, inclusive of Vista, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, and WaccabucThe town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc and Vista. Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby [Read More...]


WACCABUC

Town of Lewisboro, inclusive of Waccabuc, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, and VistaThe town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles.  Within its borders are five hamlets: Waccabuc, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, and Vista. Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nea> [Read More...]


WHITE PLAINS

White PlainsThe 51,000 residents of White Plains live in one of the most desirable small cities in the Northeast.  Incorporated in 1683,  White Plains' blend of suburban amenities and urban diversity make the city a unique and enjoyable place to live.  It is the County seat, housing government offices and courtrooms.  It is also a main business hub for the area, bringing large numbers of workers into the city daily.The city offers a diverse selection of shopping options, ranging from departm [Read More...]


YONKERS

YonkersThe city of Yonkers extends 4 miles along the Hudson River, stretches 4 miles eastward to the Bronx River, is bordered on the south by New York City, and covers 18.3 square miles.  As the fourth largest city in New York State, and the largest in Westchester, Yonkers is currently home to about 200,000 residents.Yonkers history dates back to the late 1640s when Adrian Van der Donck built one of the first saw mills in the New World.  The current name of Yonkers was derived from Van der Don [Read More...]


YORKTOWN & YORKTOWN HEIGHTS

Yorktown, Yorktown Heights, Crompond, Jefferson Valley, Shrub Oak, and Mohegan LakeThe Town of Yorktown is located in Northern Westchester County, 35 miles north of New York City and 20 miles north of White Plains, making it the perfect “commuter's community”.  With sidewalks, street lights, plentiful shopping including the Jefferson Valley Mall with its 90 or so stores and 8-screen multiplex, and more municipal services than many of its northern neighbors, Yorktown smoothly combines subu> [Read More...]


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